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Re: EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 and 3080 HYBRID/HC 2020/11/15 07:59:36 (permalink)
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aberdieSucks for the working folks who can't sit and refresh a website all day. Elite member label just a gimmick or something.

I'd recommend something like distill.io. It refreshes the page all day for you and checks to see if there were any changes. If there is you can have it email you and put an on-screen notification and a sound notification. If you pay for their service (it's a free browser extension) they'll even text you and rather than having to keep your browser on they'll run it in the cloud for you. I don't, personally. I keep my computer on 24/7 so it's just frankly not necessary for me. It is how I was able to get in on the first batch of hybrids though. It popped me an email letting me know the page changed and what on the page changed and I just headed straight over and queued up.

I reckon it's a bit late in the attempt at 3000 series game (as it were) to be finding out about free notifier services. But better late than never I suppose.

They don't buy anything for you (like I'm sure scalping bots probably would). But they do fill the gap of not being able to refresh your browser once a minute or every 5 minutes or just not having the dedication/patience to do that all day even if you could, and at least give you an honest chance. So they can really be invaluable when it comes to stuff like this. I wouldn't do too low, just for the sake of decency. And they'd probably ban you (at least temporarily) for making too many requests or something (as they should). I did just every 5 minutes, myself. You don't want to inadvertently be DDoSing the site.

I do reckon EVGA could have given a heads up they were going to be doing it though. Bots crawl the site 24/7 anyways so it's not like announcing a day/time or even definite week would give them any advantage - just let actual humans know they should be extra vigilant during that period. Had I missed it myself I'd probably be understandably a bit miffed there was no heads up, just mid/late November. They'd even announced Kingpin was coming this or next week (Kingpin did anyways), though there was the tease post here that they were coming soon as well. Not a peep about hybrids though. People honestly had no clue. Even I was expecting Kingpin to come out first.

I don't fully understand the taking down of the auto notify queue either since it kind of defeats the purpose, though it seems like this first batch was perhaps more of a preorder queue than notification, I guess? And they had a limited supply so they didn't want to overdo it on those before they're even officially released so they don't end up with a situation where just a few days late and you could be waiting months. This way, I reckon, people have more chances to be at the front of the queue. Or at least one more chance, and we do know it'll probably be the week of Dec 7th to 14th, depending on the card, that the first batch ships. So the next batch will probably open up notifications around that time I reckon.




Thanks.  Good to know about this tool.


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Re: EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 and 3080 HYBRID/HC 2020/11/15 08:54:49 (permalink)
Image in first post isn't showing for me.  Bad presentation.
 
The hydrocopper card is 1.2 slot design?  Fail.  There is zero reason for making such a manufacturing mistake.

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Re: EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 and 3080 HYBRID/HC 2020/11/15 12:44:44 (permalink)
Looking for some help and advice for placement and setup. I am upgrading my case to the Corsair Crystal Series 680x, that being said, i have a corsair H150i Capellix (360mm) AIO for my CPU. With a pending 3090 Hybrid having the 240mm AIO, how should i set up my airflow? I was thinking 360mm CPU AIO in front as intake, 240mm GPU AIO on bottom as intake, and then 3 ML120 fans on top as exhaust and a 120 fan in rear as exaust. Will this be a problem? Or should i top mount the GPU AIO as exhaust to avoid potential bubbles in GPU AIO and just put the 3 120mm fans on bottom as intake? Any help or advice is appreciated 

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Re: EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 and 3080 HYBRID/HC 2020/11/15 12:51:32 (permalink)
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Looking for some help and advice for placement and setup. I am upgrading my case to the Corsair Crystal Series 680x, that being said, i have a corsair H150i Capellix (360mm) AIO for my CPU. With a pending 3090 Hybrid having the 240mm AIO, how should i set up my airflow? I was thinking 360mm CPU AIO in front as intake, 240mm GPU AIO on bottom as intake, and then 3 ML120 fans on top as exhaust and a 120 fan in rear as exaust. Will this be a problem? Or should i top mount the GPU AIO as exhaust to avoid potential bubbles in GPU AIO and just put the 3 120mm fans on bottom as intake? Any help or advice is appreciated 


I have the exact same thing. I will be mounting the gpu rad up top as exhaust. You don't want to mount the rad in the bottom as that will make the gpu pump the highest part of the loop and that will shorten the life of it and will probably cause sound issues. Btw, you can only mount 2 fans on top. So I will have a 360 rad up front as intake, 2 fans at the bottom as intake, 1 fan in the back as exhaust, and the 240 rad on top as exhaust (going to try to set up as push/pull but not sure it will be possible due to space restrictions).
post edited by eg1122 - 2020/11/15 12:54:48

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Re: EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 and 3080 HYBRID/HC 2020/11/15 12:56:58 (permalink)
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Looking for some help and advice for placement and setup. I am upgrading my case to the Corsair Crystal Series 680x, that being said, i have a corsair H150i Capellix (360mm) AIO for my CPU. With a pending 3090 Hybrid having the 240mm AIO, how should i set up my airflow? I was thinking 360mm CPU AIO in front as intake, 240mm GPU AIO on bottom as intake, and then 3 ML120 fans on top as exhaust and a 120 fan in rear as exaust. Will this be a problem? Or should i top mount the GPU AIO as exhaust to avoid potential bubbles in GPU AIO and just put the 3 120mm fans on bottom as intake? Any help or advice is appreciated 


I have the exact same thing. I will be mounting the gpu rad up top as exhaust. You don't want to mount the rad in the bottom as that will make the gpu pump the highest part of the loop and that will shorten the life of it and will probably cause sound issues. Btw, you can only mount 2 fans on top. So I will have a 360 rad up front as intake, 2 fans at the bottom as intake, 1 fan in the back as exhaust, and the 240 rad on top as exhaust (going to try to set up as push/pull but not sure it will be possible due to space restrictions).

Awesome, thank you very much! And touche on the 2 fans up top, i was still thinking in my head of my current Define 7 setup when typing. So going with the 360 up front as intake, 240 up top as exhaust, and 2x120mm fans on bottom as intake and another 120 as rear exhaust.

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Re: EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 and 3080 HYBRID/HC 2020/11/15 13:36:16 (permalink)
After looking at the clearance by having a front rad + fans on it, it’s going to be quite tight. Couple millimeters might be 1cm at most not sure. I also, might have to my setup around gpu on the front part might be the easiest but won’t look aesthetictly perfect sadly. God damn 680x that doesn’t have a 240mm rear exhaust :)

Might even go the custom rad/pump (ekwb) route since i’m on HC FTW3u notify aswell. Decisions, decisions.
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Re: EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 and 3080 HYBRID/HC 2020/11/15 14:01:01 (permalink)
Yeah on the 680x with two aios (360 & 240) you need to mount the 360 up front with tubes down and the 240 on top with tubes towards the back. If you set the 240 rad on top as exhaust then it will fit in nicely. If you set it up as intake with push fans then it will push the rad down a bit and might cause clearance issues (same thing if doing a push/pull setup). I'm going to mess with it once I have it in my hands. I have a couple extra corsair ml120 rgb fans for it. Hopefully I can manage to do push/pull if not I'll just do a push setup as exhaust.
post edited by eg1122 - 2020/11/15 14:04:46

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Re: EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 and 3080 HYBRID/HC 2020/11/15 14:15:10 (permalink)
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Yeah on the 680x with two aios (360 & 240) you need to mount the 360 up front with tubes down and the 240 on top with tubes towards the back. If you set the 240 rad on top as exhaust then it will fit in nicely. If you set it up as intake with push fans then it will push the rad down a bit and might cause clearance issues (same thing if doing a push/pull setup). I'm going to mess with it once I have it in my hands. I have a couple extra corsair ml120 rgb fans for it. Hopefully I can manage to do push/pull if not I'll just do a push setup as exhaust.

Yeah after reading recent posts and suggestions, i think i am going to do the H150i as pull intake up front, and top mount as push exhaust on top. I have extra ML120s as well i will put on, and i can put the LL120s from case on bottom and rear. Think that will work. I know the front clearance will be close, but it'll fit. 

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Re: EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 and 3080 HYBRID/HC 2020/11/15 14:28:03 (permalink)
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Yeah on the 680x with two aios (360 & 240) you need to mount the 360 up front with tubes down and the 240 on top with tubes towards the back. If you set the 240 rad on top as exhaust then it will fit in nicely. If you set it up as intake with push fans then it will push the rad down a bit and might cause clearance issues (same thing if doing a push/pull setup). I'm going to mess with it once I have it in my hands. I have a couple extra corsair ml120 rgb fans for it. Hopefully I can manage to do push/pull if not I'll just do a push setup as exhaust.



Not sure if the CPU 360mm tubing will reach the bottom of the front rad, not to mention the increased size of these GPUs.  If the tubing fits, great but worse case, you'll have to run the tubing at the top portion of the rad while keeping the Hybrid GPU rad up top but the case filter up top will need to be removed otherwise you're pushing air against it.  It's easier pulling air from a filter versus blowing air against it so either way, remove it for exhaust or keep it on for cooler ambient air as intake.

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Re: EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 and 3080 HYBRID/HC 2020/11/15 14:36:02 (permalink)
One the corsair 680x the corsair aios will reach the bottom. I agree with the filter issue. I for one will have the gpu vertically mounted, but I have tested with a 2080 Super XC Ultra mounted directly to motherboard and tubes still reached.

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post edited by eg1122 - 2020/11/15 14:41:16

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Re: EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 and 3080 HYBRID/HC 2020/11/15 14:45:30 (permalink)
Would it be better for me to keep my define 7 case for the additional front clearance then? Just top mount the 360mm as exhaust and 240mm gpu up front as intake? I would have a lot more room clearance wise

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Re: EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 and 3080 HYBRID/HC 2020/11/15 14:48:29 (permalink)
If you have more room, I'd keep it. I love how the corsair 680x looks and how clean a build you can have but it's going to be extremely close with 2 rads

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Re: EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 and 3080 HYBRID/HC 2020/11/15 14:56:28 (permalink)
Gotcha, I mean the define 7 has plenty of room, it's a much deeper case, I took out the storage trays so with my old 2080 ftw3 ultra I still have like 6 inches from my aio in front, have a 280 up there now
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Re: EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 and 3080 HYBRID/HC 2020/11/15 15:15:55 (permalink)
Auto-Notify submitted for 3090 ftw3 kit. Fingers are crossed I am able to get it on release.
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Re: EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 and 3080 HYBRID/HC 2020/11/15 15:53:37 (permalink)
I hope to get either the XC3 3090 or Kingpin, I just hope; I really do hope that I can get one, I get an email notification claiming I can purchase one, I will be extremely discouraged if it fails this time around after what happened with the Nvidia disaster.
Typically email notifications go out, you go to the link, whether it's right away or a few hours later, and it just says; sold out. 
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Re: EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 and 3080 HYBRID/HC 2020/11/15 18:47:06 (permalink)
How long is the tubing? Will it reach the front of a Bequiet 900 pro rev 2 case? Because I have a 360mm Radiator on the top already. Sorry if this has been asked before.


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Re: EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 and 3080 HYBRID/HC 2020/11/15 19:19:01 (permalink)
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How long is the tubing? Will it reach the front of a Bequiet 900 pro rev 2 case? Because I have a 360mm Radiator on the top already. Sorry if this has been asked before.


its said in other post the tubing is 400mm

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Re: EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 and 3080 HYBRID/HC 2020/11/15 19:31:22 (permalink)
Hey all, new to the forums here. Was lucky enough to get in queues for both the XC3 and FTW3 hybrid cards. I'm so excited to finally get my hands on a 3080.

With that being said, can someone ELI5 the differences between these two hybrid cards performance-wise? From what I've read, it seems like the air-cooled FTW3's overclocking headroom isn't massive, so it may not be worth the price difference from the XC3 based purely on real world performance. Will there be a bigger difference with the water cooling variants, perhaps after flashing an OC bios?
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Re: EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 and 3080 HYBRID/HC 2020/11/15 19:37:53 (permalink)
Every chip behaves uniquely so it is hard to say but the ftw3 has an “oc” bios if you want to get into that. Also, the ftw3 has more power headroom so this is going to help but in the end if your ftw3u boosts up to 1950mhz before crashing and your xc3 goes to 1960mhz then the xc3 would win in terms of performance, it’s a coin toss. I bevlieve there is 40$ +/- difference between those you maybe 40$ isn’t so much to have more “odds” on your side by taking the ftw3. Keep in mind the ftw3 pcb isn’t all that great compared to previous series (it’s not bad, it’s okay) see gamer’s nexus video of the ftw3u pcb analysis by bullzoid. This might help you make a choice.
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Re: EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 and 3080 HYBRID/HC 2020/11/15 20:11:19 (permalink)
Are we able to get in the queue yet for the 3090 FTW Ultra Hybrid card yet? I saw there was no auto notify button yet on it. Is that because we need to wait for it to be released before we can get in on it? 

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Re: EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 and 3080 HYBRID/HC 2020/11/15 20:12:29 (permalink)
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Every chip behaves uniquely so it is hard to say but the ftw3 has an “oc” bios if you want to get into that. Also, the ftw3 has more power headroom so this is going to help but in the end if your ftw3u boosts up to 1950mhz before crashing and your xc3 goes to 1960mhz then the xc3 would win in terms of performance, it’s a coin toss. I bevlieve there is 40$ +/- difference between those you maybe 40$ isn’t so much to have more “odds” on your side by taking the ftw3. Keep in mind the ftw3 pcb isn’t all that great compared to previous series (it’s not bad, it’s okay) see gamer’s nexus video of the ftw3u pcb analysis by bullzoid. This might help you make a choice.

Yeah, I watched that buildzoid video, it was pretty disappointing. Haven't seen much about the XC3 in comparison though, but your analysis makes sense. I also disregarded looks, which clearly favor the FTW3. Either way, I'm excited as this will be my first EVGA card and first hybrid card.
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Re: EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 and 3080 HYBRID/HC 2020/11/15 20:22:34 (permalink)
Hybrids cards have sold out the notify was a pre order this week. Notify button will be back early december once initial shipment ships. (Jacob’s answer)
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Re: EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 and 3080 HYBRID/HC 2020/11/16 00:53:14 (permalink)
Can we have an approx. date for the EU launch?
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Re: EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 and 3080 HYBRID/HC 2020/11/16 01:08:36 (permalink)
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Can we have an approx. date for the EU launch?


December 2021

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Re: EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 and 3080 HYBRID/HC 2020/11/16 01:24:08 (permalink)
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Can we have an approx. date for the EU launch?


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Re: EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 and 3080 HYBRID/HC 2020/11/16 03:35:46 (permalink)
Did the notification for just the hybrid cooler. Pretty excited.


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Re: EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 and 3080 HYBRID/HC 2020/11/16 03:40:02 (permalink)
Any idea when you will get a new stock of RTX 3080 FTW hydro copper ? :) 
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Re: EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 and 3080 HYBRID/HC 2020/11/16 09:32:22 (permalink)
I thought elite was going to get first grabs...???
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Re: EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 and 3080 HYBRID/HC 2020/11/16 13:16:53 (permalink)
so im on the invite list for one of the hybrids, and ive never had one before.  im mainly interested in it from a noise standpoint.  do the hybrids have the fanstop like the air cooled ones do?
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Re: EVGA GeForce RTX 3090 and 3080 HYBRID/HC 2020/11/16 13:23:12 (permalink)
Hey guys!
Have an issue. My new EVGA FTW3 board is causing weird sounds from my motherboard.
 
I installed it and when my computer starts I hear a beep then a **** load of successive beats. Too fast for me to even count them.
 
This is the odd part... It boots fine after that. However, I have never had this happen before. I spent the last 3 hrs disconnecting the connectors thinking it was a fan and nothing has solved it. Any ideas?
 
The motherboard reads A2 and usually code A2 is a drive or gpu issue. Since you removed your drives and still get code A2 remove your gtx 970 and try connecting to the onboard graphics.
 
No issue with the 2080ti but its really odd as everything is seated into the Asus Rampage V as well as the power connectors into my EVGA G2 1300.
 
When I first installed the card the GPU Fans went to 100% instantaneously and now they seem to settle after the third reboot.
 
 
Anyone have these issues?
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